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... part though was when we walked into a country band playing, took over the dance floor and Shani and Vanessa took over the mic and sang "let it go" from frozen. After three days of hanging out we headed towards San Antonio. Tom had been talking about the Alamo, I had no idea what he was talking about but when we got there it turned out to be one of the dramatic show downs in history when Texans stood up against the Spanish and died in the process. San Antonio was ...
... and hoped for the best. At first, it appeared that this was going to be another underwhelming experience. We almost floated along the initial part of the lake and saw very little in terms of wildlife. However, as soon as we reached the end of the waterway we were on, and started to move along the smaller tributaries, the captain put the boat into supersonic mode and we were off! Flying along the swamp waters, ear defenders on to protect us against the incredible ...
... and myself had decided not to take part in the tour due to it's cost so we had the pleasure of sitting outside in the baking sun for 2 hours because Clara (our tour guide) refused to leave is with the keys to the van. We spend our two hours discussing what we thought of the trip and then just general gossip about various locations as all three of us had been travelling before trek America. When the others returned we set about eating lunch before getting back ...
... Still quite hot but we got there early enough to get prime position on upper deck at the front of the boat. Could have had dinner on board but we warned not to as is expensive and very ordinary, so we settled down in our vantage point, hurricanes in hand to enjoy the ride. Not a lot to see on the way up the mighty Missisippi - just industrial sites and wharfs - New Orleans harbour is one of the busiest ports in the world.
We turned for the trip back and were treated to the ...
... shrimp for Beautiful, Polly ordered the oyster Po-Boy and Tyler had the Cajun Trio. All were happy but Polly who felt underwhelmed by his creamed spinach over fried oysters. But he shrugged it off and we were back on Bourbon St. headed to Lafitte's, the oldest bar in America.
Reaching Lafitte's, Caroline's feet were getting tired so we split the pack and Wife and I made our way back to the hotel by way of a wedding parade clearing our path.